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Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Paolo Soleri - Santa Fe, NM on 2007-09-30




Set 1 01:Good Lovin' , 02:You Don't Know How It Feels, 03:The Wheel, 04:The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down, 05:Mississippi Halfstep Uptown Toodleloo, 06:So Hard To Find My Way, 07:Casey Jones

Set 2 08:Cold Rain and Snow, 09:Mexican Girl, 10:Cumberland Blues, 11:Ramble On, 12:Eyes of the World, 13:Sugaree, 14:Help on the Way > 15:Slipknot > 16:Franklin's Tower, 17:Phil's Donor Talk/Band intros, 18:E: The Weight


Lineup: Phil Lesh - Bass, Vocals; John Molo - drums; Jackie Green - Guitar, Vocals; Larry Cambell - guitar; Steve Molitz - Keyboards.


Collection PhilLeshandFriends
Band/Artist Phil Lesh and Friends
Venue Paolo Soleri - Santa Fe, NM
Location Santa Fe, NM

Source Neumann USM69i(hypercards-X/Y)>Sound Device 744T(line 1,2)+Neumann M147Tube>Presonus TubePre>SD 744T(line 3)+Neumann U89i(omni)>Presonus TubePre>SD 744T(line 4)Recorded 24/96
Lineage SD744T>Audacity>Soundforge 8.0(fades,tracked,normalized,resampled 96>44.1khz,bit depth converter 24>16bit)>Flac Frontend
Taped by Steve Schneider
Transferred by Steve Schneider

Notes

Thanks to Dan Stein and Rhino

Reviews

Reviewer: ripcurldead - - October 8, 2007
Subject: Jackie will grow on you
The more of thase shows I listen too the more I dig Jackie, of course he is Dylan jr, but a little different and for the most part seems a good fit for the 1st set "songs" type of set. It's only until the 2nd that I am hearing the big jams come out,real musicaniship being explored and they sound powerful and alive, there is some inspiration for sure... Where 's that Shakedown is that being shelved for the tour\??
Happy to see Cryptical>Other One and Dark Stars are out there!!
Reviewer: ratdog1 - - October 6, 2007
Subject: Phil's Shows
I am a taper so I appreciate seeing these shows on the net for download......I taped the Santa Barbara and Greek shows. There were a few neg - comments about the music, the musicians Jackie Greene on the net.....but I will say it again Jackie is the real deal as I have seen him numerious times over the past 4-5 years. He has energy and style. As far a the music goes I say once again be grateful and appreciate that Pill continues to spread the misic. It's not about the dead of the past it's about keeping the music alive and well for the future.....I did not see anyone having a bad time in SB or the Greek even though some of the comments were negitive.....THANKS FOR THE POSITIVE COMMENTS AND THE MUSIC.....Keep on truckin on
Reviewer: daliguana - - October 6, 2007
Subject: Solid throughout.
Like you said, Dave! I, too was at this show and I've only felt that way at a Grateful Dead show *or* a Phil show! As many of us already know, Phil is Da Man and he rarely lets us down. This show is no exception - from the opener to the Petty cover to the old classics like Cold R&S to the new stuff to Cumberland (which was totally blew us away)to *hello* Eyes! and Sugaree to Help-Slip-Frank. Hey, its not all the great ones, but that's why you get this show AND the previous Red Rocks shows!
Reviewer: simon wagstaff - - October 6, 2007
Subject: Please post 24 bit
Please, please, please.

:)

24 bit rocks!

thank you.
Reviewer: AdvenchaDave - - October 4, 2007
Subject: Maxi-Grateful ...!!!
Ahhhhhhhhh ... the memories are still too fresh for anything like critical objectivity ... an amazing intimate show, like seeing the Dead in a bar without the booze fumes!
This was the last show of a 3-day run/ mini road-trip that was the best vacation in EONS and included my first Red Rocks show ... at 51 it's about TIME I guess! I was consistently thrilled and impressed by all the musicians but Jackie Green is a huge stand-out, what a born talent! Please, someone kick the bejezus out of anyone trying to "hook up" this young man with the dark side of our little circus; stay clean, live long, amaze many Jackie!
Thanks to Steve for posting and boundless gratitude to Phil and crew for making the music !!! Whooo-HOOOOOO !!!
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